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Watch: Take a tour of Liebherr USA's newly expanded headquarters

As part of the 50th anniversary celebration of Liebherr in the United States, Liebherr USA has presented its new U.S. corporate headquarters. The Liebherr Group added 251,000 square feet to its existing site in Newport News, Virginia.

The newly expanded Liebherr USA headquarters features a 60,000 square foot administrative building, a 82,000 square foot workshop and training facility, a 92,000 square foot parts distribution warehouse with retail operations, a guardhouse, and a one-story wash bay building. 

The five new buildings cover a 30-acre site and significantly increase Liebherr's capability for expanded courses and in-house training, as well as for production, equipment preparation, product support, and parts distribution. Check out the above video for a full tour of the impressive new facility.

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1015 Sutton Drive
Burlington, ON
CA, L7L 5Z8

Website:
liebherr.us

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